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Liberty of London Cross Body Purses


"Tresco – a watercolor study of a selection of flowers, ferns and succulents from the windswept sand dunes and landscaped borders of the Abbey Garden, which represents the rich collection of plants gathered from around the globe."
                                   

Ricardo's Blooms - from the Gallery of Prints collection by Liberty Art Fabrics. The Ricardo’s Bloom fabric design is based on a traditional painterly roses pattern from the 1960s. 


Ricardo's Blooms - In a rose/red colorway.


Mitsi - designed by Gillian Farr, a member of Liberty’s studio in the 1950s. It plays on Liberty’s history with its Japanese style cherry blossom.

A custom order made using Liberty of London's Floral Eve – " this design is taken from a large botanical painting called ‘The Herbarium Specimen‘, painted by Rachel Pedder Smith, which is over five metres long and took seven hundred and sixty six days to complete."



Comments

Esme said…
I do like the prints. How is darling Annie?

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